All of the furbabies in this home decided to participate, in one way or another. That always makes this momma happy.
Do you remember Astrid's post from Wednesday? (Click here if you'd like a refresher.) Well, that was one of her warm up shots for this selfie:
What does Evan + front door + sun puddle equal? This:
Adorable Thimble is, well, adorable:
And Eddy. Well, Eddy just couldn't do it this week. She was far too busy. A girl only has so many hours in a day to bounce off the walls, and she needs to make the most of them. She did ask me to cover for her, though, so here you go:
But, to help make up for the lack of Eddy's real presence, our housemate Toby went ahead and gifted us with a selfie this week. Here's the handsome mancat himself (he may or may not be admiring those smudges he and his nose so kindly bestowed on the camera):
We look forward to seeing all of our furiends' selfies! A happy Sunday to all!
Our Tip of the Day:Saving money is something we all strive to do, not to mention that it's a wise habit. That being said, always keep in mind that the best way to save money on your furbaby's care is simply by taking the best care of them that you can. First and foremost, spay and neuter your furbabies. Past that, you'll likely save money in the long run if you take your pup or kitty in for regular annual exams, so that any conditions detrimental to your kitty's health, as well as to your wallet, can be determined and treated as early as possible. Discuss with your veterinarian which vaccines your furbaby does and does not truly require, as well as any other treatments or tests that might benefit your furbaby. Proper care at home can also of course save you money in the long run. For example, learn and follow through with proper dental care as well as grooming at home. Also do consider keeping up with your furbaby's parasite prevention year round, to ward off fleas and all that comes with them, as well as various worms and so forth. And, try to feed your furbaby as high quality of a diet as possible, to prevent any nutritional deficiencies, gastrointestinal distress, and other issues related to diet. So, having your furbaby's best interests in mind not only keeps them happy and healthy, but may very well do the same for your wallet!